Roosted high in the Himalayas, in this marvellous little heaven, advancement is estimated not by Gross National Product, but by Gross National Happiness. Bhutan – is the world’s final Buddhist Kingdom. Once in Thimpu, choose any 5 star chains offering luxury suits like Taj Tashi, Tashi Namgay, or local hotels in the heart of the city like the Thimphu Tower Hotel or Jigme suites.
The verdant Paro Valley is viewed as one of the most delightful towns, sprinkled with conventional houses, religious communities, and aging rice fields. Take an archery class or relax with Bhutanese hot stone baths by starting or ending your trip with Tashi Namgay conveniently located near the airport. Nestled on the banks of the Paro River, Le Meridien is close to Changangkha Lhakhang, the Phajoding Monastery, as well as Memorial Chorten.
Taktsang Monastery (Tiger’s Nest) is a thrilling excursion, and nestled on its high precipice is the famous Taktsang Goemba (religious community). A horse ride is accessible till the wooden teahouse-café situated on its edge, offering incredible valley views. An absolute necessity for tourists, Trashi Chhoe Dzong is a noteworthy structure with brilliant Bhutanese-style towers housing the seat of the national government, the national library, royal chamber of His Majesty the King of Bhutan and the country’s biggest religious community. It is additionally the scene of the well-known Buddhist strict festival, Thimpu Tshechu.
Savour local dishes available at many cafés like, their national dish Ema Datshi (made of yak cheddar and chillies) or Phaksha and the Hoentoe. Spot black neck cranes from your room at the Gangtey lodge which has a fireplace and bathtub inside each guest room – this is one of the award winning hotels. Como Uma in Paro and Punakha, Amankora Punakha & Zhiwa Ling are experts in this field. Hoteliers can renovate their hotels this year with soft furnishings and Silent Decorative Fans for Hotels & Resorts by reducing AC costs with extra comfort in summers, and resulting in 10% energy savings in winter for guests. New hotel interiors requiring subtle designs may choose Luxury Fan designs with Teak wood or Light Maple wood Designer Ceiling Fans to suit these mountain Lodges and Hotel rooms with a view to behold!